Nationwide Marketing Group launches ShopSafe

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Nationwide Marketing Group’s new ShopSafe Promise program gives independent dealers the resources to distinguish themselves as safe and environmentally conscious. Provided at no cost as a service to the independent retail channel, the ShopSafe Promise was created to make shopping safer and more convenient for consumers. With […]

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Nationwide Marketing Group’s new ShopSafe Promise program gives independent dealers the resources to distinguish themselves as safe and environmentally conscious.

Provided at no cost as a service to the independent retail channel, the ShopSafe Promise was created to make shopping safer and more convenient for consumers. With this promise, dealers agree to adhere to recommended COVID-19 safeguards designed to make the shopping and delivery experiences as safe, convenient and professional as possible for consumers.

Included in the safety recommendations that ShopSafe dealers pledge to follow:

  • Employee health screenings each day
  • Employee face coverings at all times
  • Disposable masks provided for all customers
  • Adherence to social distancing guidelines
  • Frequent deep cleaning of surfaces
  • Access to hand sanitizer, soap and water
  • Contactless delivery options
  • And much more

ShopSafe Promise dealers will also guide their entire team through an 18-course CDC-approved training program on the COVID-19 pandemic. The modules, available through the Nationwide Learning Academy portal and the ShopSafe Promise website, cover preventive measures, understanding how and why the virus spreads, warning signs of illness, managing packages and returns during the pandemic, and more.

Additionally, dealers who make the ShopSafe Promise will have access to marketing materials that will include in-store signage, window clings, website banners, social media graphics and more.

To support the launch of the ShopSafe Promise program, Nationwide will host two introductory webinar opportunities on Wednesday, June 3, at 1 p.m. EDT and Thursday, June 4, at 11 a.m. EDT. Both sessions are free, although registration is required.

For more information on the ShopSafe Promise program, visit www.shopsafepromise.com.

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